HE has finally done something noble: Justin Bieber accepts marriage proposal from eight-year-old fan battling liver disease. Justin Bieber broke the Make-A-Wish Foundation record by granting its 200th wish after spending time with a sick eight-year-old fan and accepting her marriage proposal.
He met Atlanta born Annalysha Brown-Rafanan, who is suffering from a life threatening liver condition, over the weekend in conjunction with the charity.
Rafanan was greeted on Christmas Day 2012 with the news that she would get to meet Bieber and attend his concert in Atlanta on August 10, so it’s been a long time coming.
“Justin Bieber makes her happy. And through all her illness and poking and all that, it just takes away from ‘I’m sick,’” said Annalysha’s mother, Contrina Brown.
“This is what it is about. Thanks,’’ Bieber tweeted to Make-A-Wish Foundation.
“Honoured yesterday. one of the best moments ive ever had. thank u. looking forward to doing more together. thanks.’’
The 19-year-old is well overdue a smattering of good press after a flurry of detrimental tidbits.
Most recently, Wayne Rennalls claims that Bieber and his entourage attacked him on August 4 outside South Pointe Nightclub in Southampton, New York.
The aspiring model, who is represented by Worldwide Agency, sported the remnants of a black eye during the conference.
When contacted by the MailOnline for comment on the allegations, an unnamed spokesperson for Justin Bieber declined to comment.
Meanwhile, Wayne claims the fight with Justin and his entourage started after the pop singer became jealous over girls that he wanted to party with.
“Justin Bieber (was) still running his mouth and I took my shirt off to fight,’’ he said.
Meanwhile, the two women who went home with Bieber were reportedly forced to sign non-disclosure agreements after their night with the singer.
“They are cool girls who are just trying to make a living,’’ a friend of the women told New York Daily News.
“They had no idea how they would get mixed up in this crazy mess . . .
“Bieber’s people made them sign non-disclosure agreements, so there is not a lot they can say.” — Dailymail.
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